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Chemically Defined Protein-Free in vitro Culture of Mammalian Embryo Does Not Restrict Its Developmental Potential for Differentiation of Skin Appendages


Bulić-Jakuš, Floriana; Strahinić-Belovari, Tatjana; Marić, Svjetlana; Ježek, Davor; Jurić-Lekić, Gordana; Vlahović, Maja; Šerman, Draško
Chemically Defined Protein-Free in vitro Culture of Mammalian Embryo Does Not Restrict Its Developmental Potential for Differentiation of Skin Appendages // Cells Tissues Organs, 169 (2001), 134-143 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
Chemically Defined Protein-Free in vitro Culture of Mammalian Embryo Does Not Restrict Its Developmental Potential for Differentiation of Skin Appendages

Autori
Bulić-Jakuš, Floriana ; Strahinić-Belovari, Tatjana ; Marić, Svjetlana ; Ježek, Davor ; Jurić-Lekić, Gordana ; Vlahović, Maja ; Šerman, Draško

Izvornik
Cells Tissues Organs (1422-6405) 169 (2001); 134-143

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
skin appendages; culture; serum-free; in vitro; grafting; development; rat

Sažetak
In a unique serum- and protein-free chemically defined in vitro culture model of postimplantation mammalian development the epidermis differentiate regularly, although the differentiation of other tissues is impaired due to the lack of serum. The present study in that model was done to estimate more carefully the degree of epidermal differentiation in defined media supplemented with some growth- or differentiation-stimulating substances. The main objective was to discover by grafting in vivo to the richer environment whether simple protein-free culture conditions restrict an inherent embryonic potential for differentiation of skin appendages. Embryonic parts of E9, 5 gastrulating Fischer rat embryos were cultivated for 2 weeks in the protein-free Eagle's MEM supplemented with holotransferrin, apotransferrin, insulin and/or Na2SeO3 and in controls cultivated in protein-free medium or in serum-supplemented medium. In all experiments there was a high incidence of differentiation of the epidermis. A high level of epidermal differentiation was confirmed for the first time at the ultrastructural level. A well-differentiated cornified layer and cells connected with desmosomes containing keratohyaline masses and cytokeratin filaments were found. A strong immunohistochemical signal for the proliferating cell nuclear antigen was always detected in the basal layer of epidermis showing that these cells were still able to proliferate. Finally, embryos precultivated for 1 or 2 weeks in the protein-free medium and media supplemented with apotransferrin or serum were grafted under the kidney capsule for additional 2 weeks. It was discovered that even after spending 2 weeks in the simple protein-free medium in vitro, embryos retained their developmental potential for differentiation of skin apppendages (hair and sebaceous glands).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Temeljne medicinske znanosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekti:
108207

Ustanove:
Medicinski fakultet, Zagreb

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Bulić-Jakuš, Floriana; Strahinić-Belovari, Tatjana; Marić, Svjetlana; Ježek, Davor; Jurić-Lekić, Gordana; Vlahović, Maja; Šerman, Draško
Chemically Defined Protein-Free in vitro Culture of Mammalian Embryo Does Not Restrict Its Developmental Potential for Differentiation of Skin Appendages // Cells Tissues Organs, 169 (2001), 134-143 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)
Bulić-Jakuš, F., Strahinić-Belovari, T., Marić, S., Ježek, D., Jurić-Lekić, G., Vlahović, M. & Šerman, D. (2001) Chemically Defined Protein-Free in vitro Culture of Mammalian Embryo Does Not Restrict Its Developmental Potential for Differentiation of Skin Appendages. Cells Tissues Organs, 169, 134-143.
@article{article, year = {2001}, pages = {134-143}, keywords = {skin appendages, culture, serum-free, in vitro, grafting, development, rat}, journal = {Cells Tissues Organs}, volume = {169}, issn = {1422-6405}, title = {Chemically Defined Protein-Free in vitro Culture of Mammalian Embryo Does Not Restrict Its Developmental Potential for Differentiation of Skin Appendages}, keyword = {skin appendages, culture, serum-free, in vitro, grafting, development, rat} }

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